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Give Akufo Addo Another Chance To End Galamsey – Allotey Jacobs

Ghanaian socio-political analyst, Bernard Allotey Jacobs has urged Ghanaians to give president Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo a second chance to eradicate illegal small-scale mining (galamsey) in the country.

In a discussion on Peace FM, Allotey Jacobs made a suggestion that the president shouldn’t be held personally accountable for the administration’s failure to control the “galamsey” outbreak.

He continued by saying that because Ghana’s citizens aren’t contributing enough, the government is having problems putting an end to “galamsey.”

“Let us give the president the last chance with this work he is doing on galamsey. Because he said he is putting his presidency on the line and he is doing so well but we are not helping him. We as Ghanaians.

“Because we kept spreading unnecessary lies about the fight against galamsey. If the president decides to take drastic actions now, we, the same Ghanaians will be criticising him.

“We will threaten not to vote for his party. We always use the power of our thumb to threaten politicians. But the truth is that our country is being destroyed. In a matter of about five years we might not have clean and portable water in our country,” he said in Twi.

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